New Humanist Discussion: Share "What's Important" @ Third Sunday Open Discussion

Again, PAHM joins the Humanists of Greater Portland for a second monthly Open Discussion, "What's Important." We want to hear what's important to you as we ponder the issues at this Humanist Discussion.

You are invited to participate with the Open Discussion group which will meet the 3rd Sunday morning of each month. The topics will be chosen by the participants. Look for us in the Garden Room across the lobby from the main hall where the weekly program is presented. The facilitator will be Don Baham. Come early to meet our greeters, chat informally with other early arrivers over a cup of coffee and a cookie, browse the brochure table or settle the kids into the Children's Program. You may be interested in perusing our book collection in the lending library where HGP members can select from a wide-ranging list of topics relating to secular humanism - open from 9:30 Sunday mornings only. After the meetings, PAHM and HGP members gather for a no-host brunch at a nearby eatery. All are welcome. We look forward to meeting you! An RSVP is not required, but it will help us to know to look for you. Directions and information about the Humanists of Greater Portland here: http://www.portlandhu....

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  • George T.

    There was spirited discussion with attacks on psychology (is it only an art?) and defense of psychology. The topic was "It's important to be comfortable in my own skin" which topic subsumed several of the other topics listed for discussion. We did drift off topic when two members (I and another) found ourselves in heated disagreement about psychology.

    February 22, 2010

  • Bernie D.

    It was nice getting to know others a little more deeply.

    February 21, 2010

  • Bernie D.

    "Does your brain keep telling you that its got a mind of its own?"

    Yes, and then I tell it to be quite and go back to sleep.

    February 20, 2010

  • George T.

    Does your brain keep telling you that its got a mind of its own?

    February 20, 2010

  • Bernie D.

    There are 100 members in the Sciligion meetup group and I invited them to this discussion if they are interested in learning more about "Secular Humanism." It is good exposure... for everyone... looking forward to an interesting discussion.

    February 18, 2010

  • Sue M.

    When asked about this meeting, attendees have said that HGP's Humanist Discussion groups are highly recommended as a resource for atheists and agnostics to sort out issues unique to our community.

    February 8, 2010

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